24 March 2011

Getting to Exeter: The nice way

You can go to Exeter via the A38 if you want but the nicest way is by double decker on the Dartmoor Link 82 which as been operated by different operators over the years:
1210 LFJ857W Devon General.
©Terry Partridge: Date unknown
PCB Leyland Atlantean AN 135 - Ply., Breton Side BS - 08-07-1990 ©Jos Van Hemert: Plymouth Citybus Leyland Atlantean AN 135 Bretonside 08-07-1990:
Western National Leyland Olympian 1803 A753VAF - Dartmoor - 08-09-1994.
©Jos Van Hemert: Western National Leyland Olympian 1803 A753VAF Dartmoor 08-09-1994.

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